Daily VoIP News Digest
Saturday 23rd of January 2010
May 29, 2009

Infonetics says VoIP will continue to expand

by Alan Harten
According to Infonetics analyst Diane Myers, VoIP (voice over internet protocol) technology will continue to increase in use among businesses. Speaking to Destination CRM magazine, Myers cited Infonetics' bi-annual report, which states that VoIP markets expanded by about 33% last year. The report also points the way for VoIP and unified communications (UC) to seamlessly connect customer service representatives ...



May 26, 2009

Yuuguu new partnership for Skype

by Alan Harten
With more people now utilising Skype and consequently reducing their bills it is already time for the next step for this technology. By integrating immediate real time collaboration offered by market leaders Yuuguu with Skype, consumers now have the ability to instantly share a screen with multiple contacts and work together. Announcing the Yuuguu for Skype Beta system from Manchester, both ...



May 19, 2009

Vopium enters Android market

by Jan Harris
VoIP application Vopium, which enables mobile users to save up to 90% when making international calls, is now available for Android handsets. The company also recently launched the application on the iPhone App Store and BlackBerry App World, as part of its ongoing strategy to offer the service to mobile users worldwide. The application can be downloaded for free from ...



May 18, 2009

Telchemy releases updated VoIP monitoring software

by David Masters
Telchemy this week released version 2.0 of its SQmediator technology that gives VoIP providers an in-depth analysis of their quality of service. SQmediator sends call quality data in real-time to VoIP providers, allowing them to immediately identify service problems and deploy a solution. The technology is designed for medium-sized and large VoIP providers. It can monitor IP telephony deployments from 500 ...



May 11, 2009

Sipera Systems Launches Business Communications Solution

by Jan Harris
Sipera Systems has launched a communications solution which provides secure voice over Internet protocol (VoIP), video, messaging, collaboration and other unified communications, ideal for a widely-distributed mobile workforce. The Sipera Business Continuity Communications Solution (SBCCS) provides a key element in an enterprise's Pandemic Planning and Disaster Recovery strategy, allowing it to connect mobile workers with IP network connectivity. This can ...



May 8, 2009

Mobile calls will be 50% VoIP in 10 years

by David Masters
Within ten years, half of all voice calls on mobile handsets will be made using VoIP software, Gartner said this week. Mobile VoIP is set to challenge the revenue models of traditional mobile operators, as high-speed 4G connections make the technology increasingly attractive to handset users. Gartner predicts that within ten years, VoIP calls made on portals such as Google, Facebook, MySpace, ...



May 5, 2009

Fring secures $10m extra funding

by David Masters
Mobile VoIP service Fring has managed to secure around $10 million funding despite not having a business model. This is the third round of funding given to the start-up, and it says it will use to money to make Fring 'even more accessible, relevant, and easy to use'. Updates made with the funding will include support for more platforms, devices, and add-on ...